With four college football games completed as of Sunday morning, we can be done with the appetizers and look forward to the main course of a full weekend of football coast to coast.
Over the years there has been many arguments about the value of trends and systems. In truth, nobody is completely wrong, as both offer points to be used in beating the college football odds.
The first system reads like this – Play UNDER on teams when the total is between 49.5 and 56 points, in a nonconference contest, when both two teams have eight or more defensive starters returning, in the first month of the season.
Let’s break this down because we have several elements in play. The most important factor is how many defensive players are back for each squad. This on its own merit suggests we could have a lower score because each team’s defense does not have to plug in many new starters and we have a cohesive unit already in place.